The Central American states of the so-called Northern Triangle – Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador – have some of the highest homicide rates of the world. A land bridge between the coca producing areas in the Andes and the Mexican cartels that supply the US market, Central America seems mired in an endless cycle of violence often associated with the interlinked phenomena of drug trafficking, organized crime, »
Mexico: Narcoviolence or Mafia?
Carlos Resa Nestares
Organized violence and protection and what to do about them: an open debate. Foreword…
Security Praxis’ New Partners in Crime
Eva Magdalena Stambøl
and Hans Van Der Veen
As the editors of Security Praxis’ new thematic section on crime, we want to…